While speaking to JoBlo, “John Wick: Chapter 2” director Chad Stahelski discussed his approach to the series’ upcoming third installment. Stahelski said the following: "I think, in my opinion the trapping would be to try and make it bigger. I can’t tell you whether ‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ will be bigger or smaller, but hopefully it will be different and more fun, or more creative and different. I think originality suffers sometimes by going big or by size or quantity. Obviously you can see several franchises out there right now that if you just got rid of the title card, you can follow the movie just by closing your eyes and listening and going, I know what’s happening here. The building is crumbling. The earthquake is happening or the laser and the spaceship is coming down. We look at it as a challenge rather than a moneymaker. We look at it like, okay, John Wick did this and this and we did these kind of cool things as well. It’s our world which is the greatest part about it. It’s an original property. We don’t have to bend or fit into any preexisting ideas or mythology about what John Wick is. Can we be cooler? Can we come up with some different stuff? Can we show you a different aspect to the world? I think we’ve got some pretty good ideas. Again, I’ll let you know in about a year or so when Rotten Tomatoes skewers us [Laughing] but we’ll see what happens." In related news, while speaking to Collider, Chad Stahelski cast doubt on his return to the director’s chair for “John Wick: Chapter 3” due to his commitments with the upcoming “Highlander” reboot. Although Stahelski remains “super involved” with the threequel, he declined to confirm his return for the film, saying: “Currently I’m acting as prep director. Hopefully everything will work out time wise. Of course — I would love to…”. “John Wick: Chapter 3”, which will presumably star Keanu Reeves, Ian McShane, Common, John Leguizamo, Lance Reddick, Ruby Rose and Laurence Fishburne, is expected to begin production towards the end of this year. “John Wick: Chapter 2” is now available on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital download.